INTRODUCTION
Author's Story
A Note to the Reader
Section 1. Physics Basics
What is Physics?
1. THE RULES OF MOTION & MATTER
Newton's First Law  The Law of Linear Motion and Change
Newton's Second Law  The Three Properties of a Force
The Types of Forces
Resistive Force Rules
Newton's Third Law  The Law of Balance
Conservation of Matter
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
Section 2. The Subatomic World
2. ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM
Charge and the Electric Field
All Charges are Either Electrons or Positrons
The Electric Field of a Moving Charge
The Electric Field Can Apply a Force on Another Charge
The Magnetic Field
How the Magnetic Field Forms
Magnetic Fields of Multiple Charges
A Magnetic Field Interaction Can Apply a Force on a Moving Charge
A Moving Magnetic Field Can Generate an Electric Current
How Induction Works
The Mathematical Relationship Between the Electric and Magnetic Fields
Differences Between the Electric and Magnetic Fields
Miscellaneous Electricty and Magnetism Questions
3. AN ELECTRIC DIPOLE
An Electric Dipole and the Spacing of its Charges
A Dipold Behaves Like an Electric Field Compass
The Emitted Electric Field of a Rotating Dipole
The Magnetic Field of a Rotating Dipole
The Magnetic Field of a Moving Dipole
The Magnetic Field of a Moving  Rotating Dipole
A Dipole's Magnetic Drive Force
A Dipole Produces Electromagnetic Waves
Resistance Slows a Dipole's Rotation
4. MATTER'S SUBATOMIC STRUCTURE
Grid Particles
A Grid Particle's Net Charge
Converting a Neutron into a Proton
Grid Particles Can Bind Together
Charge Distribution Changes with Distance
Section 3. Atoms & Beyond
5. ATOMS & MOLECULES
Atoms
All Atoms are Made from Common Hydrogen
Required Conditions for Nuclei Formation
Nuclei Formation
Nuclei Instabilities
The Net Electric Field of a Nucleus Changes with Distance
An Atom's Orbiting Electrons
An Atom's Net Electric Field
The Chemical Properties of Atoms
How Atoms Bind to Form Molecules
The Net Electric Field of a Molecule
The Physical Properties of a Molecule
6. THE PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT
The Photoelectric Experiment
Escaping an Atom
The Ejection Force is Magnetic
The Role of Planck's Constant Explained
The Maximum Change in the Applied Force
The Relationship Between the Field Density, the Electron Radius and the Field Velocity
Atom  Dipole Interactions
Dipole  Dipole Interactions
7. THE MECHANICS OF GRAVITY
The Gravitational Field is Electric
The Net Charge of a Collection of Molecules
How Gravity Works
Factors Related to Gravity's Net Surface Charge
Gravity Attracts a Dipole
Miscellaneous Gravity Questions
AUTHOR'S FINAL THOUGHTS
The Quest
Red Shifts Resolved
Responsibilities of Man
Supplemental Chapters
The Law of Natural Mathematics
S1. CORRECTING 3 MATH ERRORS
The Product of Two Negatives — Error #1
The Product of Two Negatives — Procedural Changes
A Number Divided by Nothing — Error #2
Exponent Definition — Error #3
S2. GENERAL MATH REVIEW
Review of Algebra Basics
Review of Geometric Shapes
Angle Conversions
Arc Length
Graphs and Coordinates
Coordinate Conversions
Trigonometry
A Note About Calculus
S3. PHYSICS BASICS
Units of Measurement
Compound Units Must Make Sense
Vectors
Linear Motion Equations
Orbital Motion Equations
Orbital Force Details
Calculating the Falling Acceleration
Fluid Motion Equations
Cross Sectional Area Exposed to a Fluid
Apparent Surface Area Changes with Distance
Vortexes —Whirlpools, Tornados and Eddies
Waves —Traveling Distortions
Miscellaneous Symbols
APPENDIX OF CHANGES
Math
General Changes (Mechanics)
Fluids
Planetary (Orbital) Motion
Electricty and Magnetism
Light
Astronomy
Matter
Chemistry
Gravity
Einstein's Relativity
Quantum Mechanics
Thermodynamics
Experimental Process
Sensationalizing
GLOSSARY
REFERENCES
INDEX
